Dr. Jason Fodeman explains how further government intrusion into the practice of medicine harms patients and their doctors. Presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons on October 5, 2012. Jason D. Fodeman, M.D. is an Internal Medicine Resident in Los Angeles and a former graduate health policy fellow at the Heritage Foundation where he studied the etiology of rising health care costs. His research was featured online in the Wall Street Journal.
He also studied the impact of health care reform on physicians at the Galen Institute as a Visiting Fellow. Currently he is senior fellow in health-care studies at the Pacific Research Institute and head of the Docs 4 Patient Care California Chapter.
Dr. Fodeman's health care commentary pieces have been published in National Review Online, Washington Times, Hartford Courant, and the DailyCaller and he has appeared on Fox and Friends to discuss health care policy matters. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed book, How to Destroy a Village: What the Clintons Taught a Seventeen Year Old.